IPFA/PEI 21st annual International Workshop on
"Surveillance and Screening of Blood Borne Pathogens”
The International Plasma Fractionation Association (IPFA) and the Paul-Ehrlich-Institut (PEI) announce
the 21st International Workshop on "Surveillance and Screening of Blood Borne
Pathogens” to be held in Rome,
Italy. This annual,
well recognised event will be hosted by the "Centro Nazionale Sangue, Istituto
Superiore di Sanità (ISS)” and "the Italian Society for Transfusion Medicine
and Immunohaematology (SIMTI)”.
The workshop will, as usual, address key issues
concerning the availability, regulation and risk benefit of existing and
potential new developments, designed to ensure the microbiological safety of
blood components and plasma derivatives.
The workshop has evolved to become a highly regarded
international event, regularly attracting contributions from recognized international
experts and opinion formers and delegates from blood establishments, industry,
regulatory authorities and academia throughout the world.
Date | Venue
The meeting will take place on Wednesday 21 and Thursday 22 May 2014 at the
Sheraton Roma Hotel in Rome,
Please register on-line or provide IPFA with a registration form. The organisers are
taking steps to encourage greater participation by experts from low and medium
HDI countries with the creation of a preferential delegate rate for colleagues
in these regions of the world.
This event offers great networking opportunities for
all delegates and sponsors. The organisers and the hosts expect over 200
experts and the structure of the meeting will allow time for discussion and
interaction with all interested participants, including your own experts should
they wish to attend. In addition the size and informal atmosphere of the
meeting facilitates dialogue with guest speakers and other delegates both in
the meeting forum and during breaks and social events.
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